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Sunless Sea Emerald Updates to Add New Region

Posted on Monday, August 4 @ 13:45:50 PST by

Microsoft and Sony might claim to have all these incredible games on console, but what about the players out there enjoying hardcore strategy sims on their super expensive personal computers?

Nothing like feeling the wind of the ocean on your face... thankfully you don't have to spend a lot to open a window. Players can set sail for Sea of Autumns, Salt Lions, or the Iron Republic at will but you might want to check the map or you'll get lost fast. Sunless Sea's map changes every time you play the game, as many Steam games like to do.

This Emerald update offers up a big script and even more sea life, so looking for a fresh new simulation will probably result in a few nice coves to check out. For more information on the title, check out its Steam page.

[Via JoyStiq]
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